Institutions, Environment, Finance, and Investments in the Real Economy: (Im)balances in the Legal Amazon

Institutions, Environment, Finance, and Investments in the Real Economy: (Im)balances in the Legal Amazon

A groundbreaking study titled “Institutions, Environment, Finance, and Investments in the Real Economy: (Im)balances in the Legal Amazon” by Andrea Raccichini, Peter May, Luiz Fernando de Paula, and Valeria Gonçalves da Vinha has been released.

This paper examines the environmental financial flows in the Legal Amazon region resulting from climate change and biodiversity conventions. It hypothesizes that in Brazil, there is a significant mismatch between environmental needs and the financial flows allocated to address them.

The findings emphasize the necessity of establishing a socio-biodiversity economy in the Legal Amazon region. This economy should be supported by a financing system tailored to meet the unique needs of the Amazon territories and their populations.

Methodology

  • The research adopts a qualitative approach with an interdisciplinary theoretical framework, integrating New Institutionalist and Post-Keynesian perspectives.
  • The study analyzes official secondary data to characterize and evaluate the financial flows.

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